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Logical Analogies_Part 3 for CLAT, AILET, SET and Other Law Entrance Exams

Logical Analogies_Part 3 for CLAT, AILET, SET and Other Law Entrance Exams

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Directions to Solve Every one of the following questions consists of a related pair of words, followed by five pairs of words. Choose the pair that best represents a similar relationship to the one expressed in the original pair of words.

1.BINDING : BOOK

A. criminal : gang

B. display : museum

C. artist : carpenter

D. nail : hammer

E. frame : picture

2.EXPLORE : DISCOVER

A. read : skim

B. research : learn

C. write : print

D. think : relate

E. sleep : wake

3.SIAMESE : CAT

A. type : breed

B. dog : puppy

C. mark : spot

D. romaine : lettuce

E. collar : leash

4.FINCH : BIRD

A. frog :toad

B. elephant : reptile

C. Dalmatian : dog

D. collie : marsupial

E. ant : ladybug

5.PETAL : FLOWER

A. salt : pepper

B. tire : bicycle

C. base : ball

D. sandals : shoes

E. puppy : dog

6. COTTON : BALE

A. butter : churn

B. wine : ferment

C. grain : shock

D. curd : cheese

E. beef : steak

7.ELEPHANT : PACHYDERM

A. mantis : rodent

B. poodle : feline

C. kangaroo : marsupial

D. zebra : horse

E. tuna : mollusk

8.PSYCHOLOGIST : NEUROSIS

A. ophthalmologist : cataract

B. dermatologist : fracture

C. infant : pediatrician

D. rash : orthopedist

E. oncologist : measles

9.PASTORAL : RURAL

A. metropolitan : urban

B. harvest : autumn

C. agrarian : benevolent

D. sleepy : nocturnal

E. wild : agricultural

10.TAILOR : SUIT

A. scheme : agent

B. edit : manuscript

C. revise : writer

D. mention : opinion

E. implode : building

11.PEDAL : BICYCLE

A. inch : yardstick

B. walk : skip

C. tire : automobile

D. buckle : belt

E. oar : canoe

12.DIVISION : SECTION

A. layer : tier

B. tether : bundle

C. chapter : verse

D. riser : stage

E. dais : speaker

13.DEPRESSED : SAD

A. neat : considerate

B. towering : cringing

C. rapid : plodding

D. progressive : regressive

E. exhausted : tired

14.BRISTLE : BRUSH

A. arm : leg

B. stage : curtain

C. recline : chair

D. key : piano

E. art : sculpture

15.RAIN : DRIZZLE

A. swim :dive B. hop : shuffle

C. juggle : bounce D. walk : run

E. run : jog

16.PULSATE : THROB

A. walk : run

B. tired : sleep

C. examine : scrutinize

D. ballet : dancer

E. find : lose

17.FISH : SHOAL

A. wolf : pack

B. elephant : jungle

C. beagle : clan

D. herd : peacock

E. cow : farm

18.ODOMETER : DISTANCE

A. scale : weight

B. length : width

C. inch : foot

D. mileage : speed

E. area : size

19.WAITRESS : RESTAURANT

A. doctor : diagnosis

B. actor : role

C. driver : truck

D. teacher : school

E. author : book

20.SKEIN : YARN

A. squeeze : lemon

B. fire : coal

C. ream : paper

D. tree : lumber

E. plow : acre

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